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    The NFL can fine a team whose player protests on the sidelines during the National Anthem, NFL team owners decided Wednesday in Atlanta, a reaction to fierce backlash against some who took a knee in symbolic opposition to systemic oppression of people of color, including by police. […]

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1) The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that states can decide if they want to make betting on sports events legal.
Should Wyoming legalize sports gambling?
2) Members of Congress have released more than 3,000 Facebook ads placed by a Russian organization aimed at influencing the 2016 election. The House Intelligence Committee also plans to release 80,000 pieces of organic content created by the Russians. The ads are aimed at both conservative and liberal voters.
Do you think you could tell if a Facebook ad was placed by Russians trying to influence your vote?

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Wyoming Highway Patrol looking for qualified applicants

Posted 5-23-2018, Wyoming Highway Patrol (CHEYENNE) -- The Wyoming Highway Patrol (WHP) currently has trooper, dispatcher and port of entry positions to fill throughout the state. Troopers work daily to ensure the roads are safe for the traveling public, and...

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60 people left jobless as Charter Spectrum closes call center

By Britney Carter, KGWN
CHEYENNE —  Approximately 60 people are on the job hunt as Charter Spectrum closed their call center in Cheyenne on Tuesday May 22 with little to no notice to employees.

A company spokesman says the move is part of a strategy to provide better customer service with larger call centers. Click here for more

Lawmakers to consider trust fund to maintain aging voting systems

By Joel Funk, Wyoming Tribune Eagle
LANDER – The Wyoming Legislature will look at a measure to create a trust fund to maintain its voting systems going forward.

The 2016 election saw an unprecedented number of attempts to interfere with states’ voting systems, according to the Department of Homeland Security. Wyoming was not among the 21 states that reported attempted hacking, but election security experts warned regional lawmakers recently that the Cowboy State could be a target for nefarious actors looking to undermine confidence in the American democratic process. Click here for more

Bullies tag gay Riverton teen’s car; then she finds a hero

By Andrew Graham, WyoFile
RIVERTON — A high school student knew intolerance existed in this town of roughly 11,000 long before a local radio host’s homophobic remarks thrust LGBTQ issues into the spotlight.

Cheerleader Elisabeth Carey had always felt it was smarter to keep her secret — the one about liking girls — mostly to herself until she graduated. Who wants to make high school any harder? she said.

But she was ill equipped to deal with the consequences when someone spray-painted “LESBO” in large red letters across the passenger’s side of Carey’s car and let her drive the graffitti through town, unawares.  Click here for more

Two-park joint pass killed by Park Service

By Rebecca Huntington, Jackson Hole News&Guide
JACKSON — Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks are discontinuing their joint pass that allowed visitors to enter both parks with a single pass.

National Park Service officials are steering visitors instead to the $80 all-parks pass, valid for entrance to most federal recreation sites annually.  Click here for more

Housing market tight in Cheyenne

By Danielle Seat, KGWN

CHEYENNE —  Town homes and neighborhoods are popping up around Cheyenne, but according to officials and potential home buyers it may not be fast enough. Click here for more

EPW passes bipartisan carbon capture legislation

Posted 5-23-2018, Environment and Public Works Committee (WASHINGTON, D.C.) — The Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works Tuesday passed bipartisan legislation that will support America's energy production and research into carbon capture technologies.   The...

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City-wide private tree inventory in progress

Posted 5-23-2018, Cheyenne Urban Forestry Division, (CHEYENNE) -- The Cheyenne Urban Forestry Division along with Plan-it Geo are conducting a private tree inventory over the next 7-10 days. Staff from Plan-it Geo will be knocking on doors to give information to...

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Water system back on at the Fontenelle Creek Campground

Posted 5-22-2018, BLM Wyoming (KEMMERER) --  The Bureau of Land Management Kemmerer Field Office advises that the potable water system at the Fontenelle Creek Campground has been turned back on for the 2018 camping season. The BLM strives to be a good neighbor by...

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    The investigation into a suspended Pennsylvania teacher’s murder have led police to search the Facebook accounts of several people, including a 17-year-old and her timeline of events the night the 33-year-old was gunned down on her mother’s driveway. […]

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  • Owners agreed that the league can fine a team...

    The NFL can fine a team whose player protests on the sidelines during the National Anthem, NFL team owners decided Wednesday in Atlanta, a reaction to fierce backlash against some who took a knee in symbolic opposition to systemic oppression of people of color, including by police. […]

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  • Pennsylvania teacher's murder probe leads police...

    The investigation into a suspended Pennsylvania teacher’s murder have led police to search the Facebook accounts of several people, including a 17-year-old and her timeline of events the night the 33-year-old was gunned down on her mother’s driveway. […]

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    MTA chairman Joe Lhota on Wednesday admitted he is “biased” against Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plan to fund subway fixes with a millionaire’s tax, because it would take money out of his own pocket. De Blasio wants to tax high earners to fund fixes to the city’s crumbling […]

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    NEW YORK (Reuters) - A federal judge in New York on Wednesday ruled that President Donald Trump may not legally block Twitter users because doing so violates their rights under the First Amendment of the Constitution. […]

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1) A judge in California has ruled that Starbucks and other coffee companies have to post a cancer warning, because a chemical used in the bean roasting process is a known carcinogen. The coffee industry is fighting back, saying the amount of the carcinogen is too small to cause harm. They say they can’t remove the chemical without affecting the taste.
Should Wyoming legalize sports gambling?
2) The federal government, including Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, who is from Montana, is considering blocking gold mining from the mountains just north of Yellowstone National Park, citing concerns about the impact on the environment. Mining companies say they have been working in the area for years and the impact of new mines would be minimal.
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